speaking of kmail ...

Rich Johnson nixternal at ubuntu.com
Fri Sep 8 01:02:10 UTC 2006

On Thursday 07 September 2006 19:30, Brad Becker wrote:
> Is it possible to compose an email where a certain word is a hyperlink for
> some embedded url?
> For instance, if I type:  'for more info click here', where the word
> 'here', when clicked, directs you
> to the embedded url link.

As far as I know, KMail only supports plain text emails, which is the best 
anyways for security reasons (not for us really, but for our users who are 
still using Windows).

What I do is this:

for more info click http://www.kubuntu.org
hehe, it is cheap and cheesy, but safe and secure :)

Richard Johnson <> nixternal at ubuntu.com
ubuntu.com <> kubuntu.com <> edubuntu.com <> xubuntu.com <> chi.ubuntu-us.com
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